toys with big personality! They make the perfect little friends for the kids in
your life and, we think, great décor for stylish adults as well. We’re excited
to feature her colorful creations and can’t wait to see them up close at Arts
on the Square.
company and how you decided to start it.
am not used to talk about myself, I live a simple life, my business is very
small but I have big dreams for it.
contrary of most people, my grandma didn’t teach me how to crochet, I started
to crochet about 15 years ago, I picked up a book and taught myself, not the
easiest way of learning but I am very happy with my accomplishment and of how
far along I have come. I create all my pieces and often recruit my husband and
my five year old to stuff the toys arms and legs. I try to keep my material in my
tiny closet studio but there is yarn all over the house. I am grateful for my
amazing and supportive family. Crochet is addictive.
items, crochet blankets, sweaters, dresses, booties and sandals, hats, scarves,
gloves, nursery décor, soft toys, pillows, keepsake memory bears and I have
never turned down a custom order.
dolls and animals. They have so much personality. What inspires them?
for my younger boy, he has a bunch of bears, frogs and cats and one of each new
boy toy created. My boys usually ask me to make a specific toy. I also use prints and illustrations as
inspiration. The boys give me the final
approval and they also test the durability of the prototype.
mainly work with cotton fabric and acrylic yarn. I like the way the two
different textures look together; they are soft and pretty
feature at Arts on the Square?
am so excited for the opportunity to be part of the Arts on the Square, I will
be bringing my snuggle lovey blankets, lots of soft toys and some winter
can find my product at the beautiful Willow Tree Shop located on. S. State St in Clarks Summit. I also sell on